By Theodorsen Th.
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Nor will it be impossible for a Prince to find out such a mode of government, and such persons to administer it, as will give a great degree of content to his people, without any curious and anxious research for that abstract, universal, perfect harmony, which, while he is seeking, he abandons those means of ordinary tranquillity which are in his power without any research at all. (Burke 1770: 43) This is Burke explaining in the simplest of language the Christian conception of the nature of our prudential moral life.
Elliott Barkan points out that there is no contradiction, between Burke’s acceptance of and support for the American Revolution and his hostility to the equally momentous Revolution in France. This distinction involved no hypocrisy, merely a logical extension of his views on the dramatically contrasting nature of these events (Barkan 1972: vii). Burke’s Critics and His Enthusiasts Burke has enthusiastic defenders and critics. One can to some degree discount indifference or invective in respect of Burke Burke: The Contradictions of Benevolence 21 when we find that men of the stature of Lord Macaulay so readily praise him.
In his ‘Speech to the Electors of Bristol’, delivered almost 44 Edmund Burke immediately after the election which made him Bristol’s MP, Burke pronounced that Members of Parliament are not delegates, they are not members of the area which has voted them in, but members of Parliament (Burke 1975: 157–8). This is a profoundly important issue in the operation of politics. The speech is thus of great historical importance in respect of the functional aspects of the British constitution, in Burke’s interpretations of members’ duties: .
A Sensitive Induction Balance for the Purpose of Detecting Unexploded Bombs by Theodorsen Th.